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Legal update

1 July 2016 Your intellectual property following the 'Brexit' referendum

As matters stand, in the immediate aftermath of the vote, there is no immediate impact to UK intellectual property rights - but the medium and long term effects are likely to be significant.

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Legal update

30 June 2016 Brexit roundup - IP, commercial contracts, data, IT and employment law

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. This decision marks the first step in a long process of change. In this legal update, our specialist commercial, IP and employment teams focus on what practical steps you can take to minimise risk now as well as looking at potential challenges in the future.

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Legal update

12 April 2011 Designs on fashion

Ryan Harrison and Declan Cushley from Browne Jacobson sketch for us the latest UK trends in design protection in the fashion industry.

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Legal update

16 August 2010 A free reign for functionality

Software developers and owners should be aware of the developing case law concerning the scope of copyright protection for computer programs.

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Legal update

5 January 2009 Intellectual Property - An alternative form of security

In the current economic climate, more businesses are realising that a well managed IP portfolio can be a valuable means of leveraging value, in particular, IP can be used as security for loans.

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Legal update

18 December 2008 Company Names Tribunal: First decision

Following our recent bulletin relating to the new Company Names Tribunal, Coca Colas claim, one of the first made under the new procedure, has now been heard.

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Legal update

9 December 2008 Company Names Tribunal

You are the owner of a registered trade mark and discover that your registered trade mark is being used as part of a third partys registered company name.

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